Soweto, Apartheid Museum and Traditional African Meal Tour

Discount is only for booking 2 or more people.

R1,195.00

Description

Soweto is the oldest township in South Africa, it was created for the resettlement of Black people.

A full day tour takes you on a journey with our guide who was born and raised in Soweto, it highlights all historical sites in Soweto including the apartheid museum.

After a day of learning and exploring, you enjoy a traditional meal in a perfect chill spot in a shebeen, mingling with the locals and learning the Soweto slang.

It’s an experience you want to tick off your bucket list.

Tour Starts: 09:00

Duration: Full day

Description

Soweto is the oldest township in South Africa, it was created for the resettlement of Black people.

A full day tour takes you on a journey with our guide who was born and raised in Soweto, it highlights all historical sites in Soweto including the apartheid museum.

After a day of learning and exploring, you enjoy a traditional meal in a perfect chill spot in a shebeen, mingling with the locals and learning the Soweto slang.

It’s an experience you want to tick off your bucket list.

Vilakazi Street and Hector Pieterson memorial
Regina Mundi Church
Freedom Square
Apartheid Museum
Traditional Meal at a local shebeen

We can fetch you from your current location and take you back. (Terms and conditions apply)

The township of dreams is ready for you. On your way to Soweto you will pass through the largest stadium FNB which hosted the opening and closing ceremony of the 2010 World Cup. Attributing to the fact that soccer in South Africa is not just a game but a way of life. Enter the Diepkloof area where you will see street vendors making a living. Drive past Mandela and Arch Bishop Desmond Tutu house at Vilakazi street (which is the only street to host two nobel peace prize winners). You will also read about the 16 June 1976 uprising (which is today the National Youth Day) when an innocent young boy’s blood was shed for freedom and sparked the liberation struggle. Mix and mingle with the locals and learn about their way of life in the shanty towns. The tour will also take you to Chris Baragwanath Hospital which is amazingly the biggest hospital in the world.
For anyone wanting to understand and experience what apartheid South Africa was really like then a visit to the Apartheid museum is fundamental. This is the biggest museum in Africa and the only one of its kind. You will be taken through the journey of the 20th century racial segregation through the use of artefacts, film footage, text panels and photographs.